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Synonyms for ELISA

an assay that relies on an enzymatic conversion reaction and is used to detect the presence of specific substances (such as enzymes or viruses or antibodies or bacteria)

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Relative CD36 expression in 3-D and 2-D cultures was measured with an ELISA assay specific to extracellular CD36 proteins (Figure 4).
Despite the fact that CUZD1 expression was verified by MS in both systems (see online Supplemental Tables 8 and 9), neither of these samples was recognized by the CUZD1 ELISA assay (Table 1).
Two serum samples failed to react in the IgM-dot ELISA assay, but were reactive in the MAT (sensitivity, 97.
The KRONUS ZnT8Ab ELISA Assay was reviewed through the de novo premarket review pathway, a regulatory pathway for some low- to moderate-risk medical devices that are not substantially equivalent to an already legally marketed device.
An ELISA assay to test ante natal sera for the presence of anti-streptococcus B type specific polysaccharide antibodies will be developed.
We obtained similar results using G233 as HLA-G capture antibody in the ELISA assay.
The ELISA assay detects antibodies in serum and meat juice samples of infected pigs with larval loads as low as 0.
Groopman of Harvard Medical School and others found that among 96 people, all of whom were in a high risk group or had AIDS, four had the virus in their blood but came up negative with the ELISA assay.
The ELISA assay utilizes the Neogenix patent protected therapeutic monoclonal antibodies (NEO-101, NEO 201, NEO 301) .
A study published in the June 3 issue of The Lancet (2000;3551:1955-60) found that, after testing with the company's TAPKIT ELISA assay, TAP levels were significantly higher among patients with severe pancreatitis than among those with the mild form.
Mercodia is globally recognized for its robust ELISA assay development for metabolic clinical research and to study the pharmacokinetics of insulin and metabolic peptides.
Determination of asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) using a novel ELISA assay.